Corrie Hirokawa, Short-Timer

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Torrance’s Corrie Hirokawa, Cal State Dominguez Hills’ top scorer with nine goals and seven assists, sees her college soccer career coming to an end in her third post for 100 Percent Soccer:

The season has gone by quickly leaving me only two more regular season games.

These next two games are important, because it’s coming down to the wire for CCAA playoff bids. We only need one win to guarantee our spot in the CCAA tournament, which we are hosting.

With this being my last year, Ive already realized how important this season is, but as we have just two games left and need one to win to make the conference tournament, I know how important it is for all of us to give it our all this weekend.

There is no “next year” for me.

There is only “right now” and right now I have an opportunity to take my team to playoffs and I am ready to shed blood, sweat and tears.

When you have been a part of a team for four years it is hard to accept that it is coming to an end.

I have made many life-long friendships and have created memories that I will never forget. Now I want to add to those memories as much as I can with these last few games.

I love playing soccer and I love the team I play for. I couldn’t have asked for a better season thus far and I am anxious to see how my season will end. Wish us luck!

GO TOROS!!

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South Bay-based Los Angeles News Group soccer columnist and blogger Nick Green writes at the 100 Percent Soccer blog at www.insidesocal.com/soccer and craft beer at the Beer Goggles blog at www.insidesocal.com/beer. Cheers!